click to show more information

click to hide/show information About your Search

20130901
20130930
STATION
CNNW 3
CNN 2
KPIX (CBS) 2
MSNBCW 2
CSPAN 1
CSPAN2 1
MSNBC 1
WHUT (Howard University Television) 1
LANGUAGE
English 20
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)
beginning. well lie ahead in the county campaign chair for both mccain and senator saxby chambliss in my county in georgia in 2008. when he suspended the campaign to go vote on the bill and voted the same way that obama did, i looked at it and i said i don't see much of a difference. there is a label that's different and sure they pick a few different issues but fundamentally on the most important constitutional principle and not seeing a lot of difference between the two. saxby chambliss voted in favor as well. a republican voting county people would take the mccain palin bumper stickers and cut off mccain then they wouldn't even take saxby chambliss so both parties have led to us seeing the trillions in debt. both parties voted for the patriot act which now has been used to spy on americans. it's time to get back to our constitutional principles. >> who in washington deutsch you add my ear at this point? >> i admire the people that stand up and fight for the constitution. i still -- i don't -- i watch everything they are doing. you can look at the senate and you will see free and paul
casey of pennsylvania, and saxby chambliss of georgia, who wants to repeal it. senator chambliss, the first question to you. senator cruz has been taking a lot of people from his own party. senator mccain said this has been debated, the american people have spoken and when they reelected president obama. senator mcconned said our strategying have been to be based in the real world, in real yi9, not based on what ted cruz just did. you've also been a critic of what senator cruz did last night. is this good for the republican party? where is the strategy? >> well, look, you know, bob and i are privileged to serve in a very unusual institution. you've been there with us, you know how it works. the thing about the united states senate is every member has the opportunity to express themselves when they feel passionately about some idea. ted cruz feels really passionate about repealing obama care. i disagree maybe with the method, but look, he is a member of the senate just like each of us are, and he has the right to take the floor as he did last night and two express himself, and del
senators, including arizona republican john mccain, plus georgia republican saxby chambliss, and virginia democrat tim kaine. and we'll get the latest from syria's capital of damascus with elizabeth palmer. it's all ahead on "face the nation." 7 captioning sponsored by cbs >> substituting for bob schieffer, white house correspondent major garrett. >> major: good morning, and welcome to "face the nation." secretary of state john kerry joins us from the state department. mr. secretary, good morning. >> good morning, major. >> major: mr. secretaryish know you believe the president's decision to seek congressional authorization is courageous, but isn't it bowing to a political arrangement that was communicated to the president late this tweak that there would be significant congressional backlash in he didn't give congress a exproal that back lash, in part, reflectedly the inability of the administration to make its case this past week? >> major, i disagree with that premise on all accounts. the fact is the president clearly had sufficient case presented to the american people that assad had
or certainly in the minds of all those people like senator feinstein and saxby chambliss the ranking member and others who came to the conclusion that the regime engaged in this activity. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> appreciate it. >> keep your hands off chemical weapons which kill people, the message which the u.s. secretary of state says the world needs to send to the assad regime and the u.s. secretary of state said he was committed to bringing the parties to the table but said if one party believes he can wipe out the people with chemical weapons he will not come to the table and it was echoed by the british foreign secretary saying there is no political solution if they eradicate the opposition, let's bring in lawrence lee to discuss some of what has been said there. first of all we have seen in the last hour-and-a-half four different foreign ministers from four different countries from both sides of the political divide talking about the importance of revising geneva talks but with different perspectives to get to the negotiating table. >> ♪ my name is jonathan
debate it and vote on it. saxby chambliss says that's not leadership. >> in a time of crisis, presidents make tough, hard decisions and they lead. there is weakness here on the part of the president. it's not been a good week for him. he made this decision to come to congress. it's going to be a very, very tough debate. >> so l.z. granderson, syria is calling the president confused. is this leadership or weakness? >> it's leadership and this is why. we have learned over the last 12, 13 years of war that what you don't want to do is rush into war. i think it's a little bit sad to me a congressman would suggest going to congress and having a debate and thorough discussion before you go onto war as a sign of weakness. to me, he's playing politics. instead of looking at this as victory or defeat, we need to decide whether this is the right thing for the country to do. >> anna navarro? >> you know, in the midst of almost going to war the last thing i want to do is come on tv and call him hesitant and say he's vacillated, but it's hard not to say that. take a look at the international reaction
weighs in on the latest developments in syria. we're talking with saxby chambliss about the same thing. a hunter who found gold off the florida coast. and the host of fox's nfl sunday will join us live. we've got a busy three hours starts nine minutes from right now. patti ann? >> thanks, steve. looking forward to that. it is ten minutes till the top of the hour. do you have a fear of flying? this plane might be for you. it never leaves the ground. it's a converted 747, now a hotel. a swedish businessman bought the plane in 2006 and turned it into a 27-room hotel complete with views from the cockpit. the plane is grounded near stockholm. >>> a man in rhode island is suing the pope because he says the church bells in his town ruined his marriage. he says those bells ring up to 700 times a week and the extra noise caused tension with his wife that he says ultimately led to their divorce. he's suing the catholic church in federal court to decrease the amount of time those bells can ring. >> it takes a long time to get up the nerve to complain about a church. nobody wants to complain about
and peace -- peace-niks on the left, lindsey graham, saxby chambliss, a group of them, including john mccain from the right, and another group from the left, robert menendez, bob casey of pennsylvania, and anyway, here's what they're plan is it. they want to come up with a new way for the syrians to avoid being struck by our military. the first thing that this group has come together -- they're working on a plan to move forward quickly, i'm now told. the very beginning of this plan would call for the unitees nations to pass not a presidential statement like they were asking for today with the russian meeting. not that. but a full on united nations security council resolution that says, the syrians admit they have chemical weapons, and now the united nations is cop -- condemning them. so the russians have to sign off on that. really? that's as big a fantasy as what we were talking about 30 minutes ago. mike emanuel on capitol hill. that's my understand ago of the broad framework. >> any understanding is they're essentially trying to have the russians put up or shut up, and i talked to some se
, kelly yeah ott and saxby chambliss. if that doesn't happen, then the united states would be authorized to use military force. for now senate majority leader harry reid is willing to give international pressure a chance. >> if something can be done diplomatically, i'm totally satisfied with that. i'm not blood and thunder guy. i'm not for shock and awe. i think it's a situation where we have to be very calm and deliberate with what we do. >> sources say they said there is more likely to be a diplomatic solution. but if needed the chief has great confidence in u.s. forces to carry out this type of mission. >> sometimes hearing all of the different things that have been said about a crisis is helpful put into context. let's vee view the time line on the syria crisis in the administration's own words. from the president's red line to right now. >> we have been very clear to the assad regime but also to other players on the ground that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. that would change my calculus, my equation. when i sa
and republican senator saxby chambliss are drafting a rival bill that would preserve the nsa program. an international appeals court has upheld a 50 year prison sentence for former liberian president charles taylor for war crimes during the civil war in sierra leone. taylor was found guilty last year of overseeing crimes including murder, rape and sexual slavery, and drafting child soldiers. he was the first african head of state to be found guilty in an international court and the first head of state convicted since world war ii. u.s. officials have previously confirmed taylor worked for the cia and other u.s. intelligence agencies during his emergence as a warlord in the 1980s. in florida, an african-american mother of three who was sentenced to 20 or some prison for firing a warning shot at a wall near her abusive husband will get a new trial. marissa alexander's sentence true claims of racial bias in comparisons to george zimmerman's acquittal for killing african-american teenager trayvon martin. a florida appeals court ordered a new trial saying the jury for case had received fa
's terrible t. daily caller is matt lewis next along with chuck taud senator saxby chambliss and elijah cummings. you are watching "the morning joe." we'll be right back. . zblrnlgs . > how americans are with entitlements. it's like crack to us. suddenly, we're all sucking the glass of not having our old people freeze to death and live off cat food. >> oh my gosh. 25 past the hour. welcome back to "morning joe." joining us the democratic representative from maryland, elijah cummings. senator saxby chambliss. nbc news director and host of the "daily run down," chuck todd matt lewis. >> cham liss saxby, will you stand with ted cruz in its efforts to wipe out the house bill that defunds obamacare? >> i kind of like the house bill. >> that defunds obamacare? >> you won't try to defund the house bill that defunds obamacare? >> you know, ted's doing whatever ted needs to do. >> what is he reeling? i heard it's a phony filibuster. >> i heard it called that. the fact we will vote at 1:00. he worked out an arrangement across the field then. would you guys vote while you are talking? >> i'm confu
on international norms. >> reporter: senator saxby chambliss on the senate intelligence committee said leadership is about reacting to a crisis and quickly making tough decisions. chambliss says the president should have demanded congress return immediately. republican senators john mccain and lindsey graham cannot in good conscience support isolated military strikes that are not part of an overall strategy that can change the momentum on the battlefield. those two will clearly push the commander in chief hoping to do more. >> and mike? uft to mention and promise viewers we will turn around some of what senator rand paul had to say on this very program a few minutes ago so viewers can see it for themselves, but taking some of what he told us this hour is that he doesn't think that this might pass in the house. so what are top democrats saying? as i understand it from him, they're part of the dissension in all of this? >> reporter: right, harris. at this point the chairman of the senator armed services kmet carl levin wants for emphasis on building the coalition. so far france is the only country
others, kelly ayotte, saxby chambliss, susan collins is, john mccain and, of course, lindsey graham. the administration is working the global angle too in answer to those calling for celebrator international support, the white house released a statement reading in part, the world cannot wait for endless failed processes that pk only lead to increased suffering in syria and regional instability. the beat support efforts undertaken by the united states and other countries to reinforce the prohibition on the use of chemical weapons, but with the british parliament voting against military action and the u.n. security council paralyzed by russia, the president acknowledged the weight of any response could well fall squarely on the united states. >> there are going to be times though where, as is true here, the international community is stuck. it's tough because people do look to the united states and the question for the american people is, is that responsibility they're willing to bear? >> and that, mr. president, is the question innen deed. msnbc political analyst joan walsh of salon.
senator saxby chambliss, who wants it repeal. obama care worth fighting for or fighting against. tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to, i've stephanie cutter on the left. >> i'm s.e. kipp on of right. needless to say it's been an entertaining 24 hours. >> i credit my father. he invented green eggs and ham. not number one u. just as a consumer, i'm a being fan of eating white castle. i want to take the opportunity to read two bedtime stories with my girls. i do so like green eggs and ham. >> can you tell me, senator cruz, where did chinese gooseberries come from? >> they actually come from new zealand. >> how are you doing? >> i thank the senator from kansas, and i will tell you, i am doing fabulous. as benjamin frankly riley noted, indeed we must all hang together, otherwise we shall most assuredly hang separately. >> i will confess i hope we can avoid the hanging part of the situation that you've outlined. >> i don't want to miss the opportunity within the limited time to do something that is imperative. which is to thank the machine and women who have endesired this intoen to death ma
with syria. will the president have enough votes? republican senator saxby chambliss supported the president a few days ago. but now is he having second thoughts? he joins us live next. >> brian: then the confusing story of the day. lincoln chaffey's shocking announcement about his political future. is he a democrat? is he a republican? is he an independence? is he going to run again? what about christmas trees? are they still holiday trees [ female announcer ] you tweeted, posted and cheered about yoplait's fall favorites. so we brought pumpkin pie and apple crisp back for a limited time. see? you really do call the shots. ♪ yoplait. it is so good. for our so slimming jeans. meet our instantly slimming, secretly shaping dresses, skirts and pants. slim, smooth, flatter. the so slimming collection. only at chico's and chicos.com. [fuzz pile] we sure ve it great here. [curly fry] i know, right. [fuzz pile] movies,music,space as far as the fry can see. [bubble wand] ha.good one. [jelly animal] a great storm comes. we're all doomed. [bubble wand] that guy isn't all there. [fuzz pile] come on,i
. at 4:00 p.m., "face the nation" -- saxby chambliss. on sunday network tv shows c-span radio are brought to you as a public service by the networks and c-span. noonadcasts begin at eastern with an bc's "meet the press." fox news sunday, and "facethe union," the nation" on cbs. xmten across the country on satellite radio channel 119. download our free app for your smart phone or listen online at www.c-span.org. >> we picture june cleaver with a vacuum cleaner or in the kitchen, frying bacon for breakfast. that image does obscure one of the most important trends in the 1950's, which was american women's labor force participation increased. american women workers not only did not go home after world war ii, but they increasingly entered the labor market across the 1950's. >> a history of women in the workplace in the years following world war ii. of "american days history tv" this labor day weekend. is a seniorithson fellow at the center for nonproliferation studies. thank you for being with us. i want to talk about the history and use of chemical weapons. secretary of state john kerry on t
saying i'm out as of right now. we have also saxby chambliss on the republican side saying i still have a lot of questions. he most likely will vote for, even though the senate is majoritily democrat. then you have congressman sherman, a democrat, saying, yeah, the president wants limited action, but the proposal he gave me shows an unlimited scope of action. four pages long says he can do whatever he wants as long as he wants. so i'm not going to sign the way it looks. so the president has his committee chairman he'll be meeting with today and then a full court press everywhere he can. i'm very curious if he'll get behind the stump and go to some military colleges and some bases the same way he went to buffalo and syracuse on his let's make college affordable tour. is he going to push for this syrian action right away? >> anna: what is he going to say our end game is? nobody is able to figure out what that is. do we want a new regime? are we looking for a stalemate? what are we -- what kind of can of worms are we about to open? if he's saying there won'ting boots on the ground, but wha
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)